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As part of the provincial government’s COVID-19 adaptation efforts, Island property owners can now apply for domestic burning permits online rather than driving to the nearest Forests, Fish and Wildlife office. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Forests, Fish and Wildlife offices remain...
Every year, many people in rural areas burn grasses, leaves, needles and woody debris that has accumulated over the winter. While this is a useful way to dispose of winter debris, it can only takes a minute for a fire to escape. Many people choose to chip branches and compost leaves and grasses...
Are there any closures for the 2020 angling season?, There are no closures in PEI rivers for the 2020 angling season., Are there any 2020 Extended Angling Season* Changes?, The section of the Clyde River open during the extended angling season has been changed to reflect the new bridge on the...
The Public Land program is seeking input and comment on the forest management plans for following properties in Prince County. Lists of the approved plans can found at Approved Forest Management Plans - Prince County . Each property is listed by community and PID number., Community, East Bideford...
Approved Plans, For information on approved forest management plans for Provincial Forest properties in the Prince County region, look for the applicable community and select the property or properties you are interested in. Note: The boundaries of the Western Forest District's operational...